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Old December 20, 2007, 06:39 PM
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Old December 21, 2007, 06:40 AM
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New images..

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Bangladesh vs Auckland Aces

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1. Mohammad Ashraful, who made 27 off 25 balls, got out to this pull shot against Auckland Aces in the Tigers' third warm up match at Eden Park Outer Oval today. Bangladesh lost by 7 wickets after the Aces chased down the target of 243 in 46 overs.

2-6. Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal during his 122-ball 104 against the Auckland Aces.

7. Tamim Iqbal hitting one of his four sixes.



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Media Release: BLACKCAPS ODI squad for National Bank Series


Media Release
21 December 2007


BLACKCAPS ODI squad for National Bank Series

New Zealand Cricket today announced a BLACKCAPS squad of 12 players for The National Bank ODI Series against Bangladesh.

The squad is:

Daniel Vettori (captain)
Brendon McCullum
Jamie How
Peter Fulton
Scott Styris
Ross Taylor
Mathew Sinclair
Jacob Oram
Kyle Mills
Mark Gillespie
Chris Martin
Jeetan Patel


"We welcome the return of Peter Fulton to the BLACKCAPS squad," said BLACKCAPS coach John Bracewell.

"Peter has shown good form in the State Championship, and he has proved in the past he can translate a high standard of performance at domestic level to the international game.

"The selection panel felt it was important to retain the bulk of the team from the recent series in South Africa and Australia to give them the opportunity to build on the experience of those tours and show the talent they have.

"Some players have been released to allow them to return to their provincial teams and earn quality playing time in the State Shield, and put pressure on those in the squad."

The BLACKCAPS play Bangladesh in three ODIs - at Eden Park, Auckland on Wednesday 26 December; McLean Park, Napier on Friday 28 December, and Queenstown Events Centre on Monday 31 December.


For further information contact Marcus Anselm (021 226 3005).
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Old December 21, 2007, 09:42 AM
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Tamim is showing his flashy way of batting in most of the images.
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Old December 21, 2007, 09:57 AM
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Tamim seemed to be having fun batting in his usual natural style. I still have hopes that he will be a future good and dependable batsman for BD.

He is still very young and has natural ability, just needs fine tuning, which Coach Siddons will no doubt try to do.
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Old December 21, 2007, 10:13 AM
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I like the way tamim bats, do you remeber that fantastic 6 he scored off Zaheer in the World Cup?

It's just a shame he gets out so often!
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Old December 21, 2007, 10:34 AM
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I like the way tamim bats, do you remeber that fantastic 6 he scored off Zaheer in the World Cup?

It's just a shame he gets out so often!
hoping to see a few moree of these sixess in the ODI seriess..
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Old December 21, 2007, 12:03 PM
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Good picture Thanks Miraz Bhai for sharing
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Old December 21, 2007, 12:11 PM
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The Eden Park outer oval is surprisingly small. There is no way the score of 242 was defendable here. My apology to our bowlers (Nazmul in particular) for saying bad things about them last night, there was nothing much they could do. I think it's simply pathetic that our batsmen could not cross 300 here.

Also, not trying to take any credit away from Tamim, but he should not be over the moon after scoring a century here.
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Old December 21, 2007, 12:16 PM
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লা-জওয়াব idea Miraz bhai.. these pics bring life into the whole atmosphere!
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Old December 21, 2007, 01:43 PM
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The Eden Park outer oval is surprisingly small. There is no way the score of 242 was defendable here. My apology to our bowlers (Nazmul in particular) for saying bad things about them last night, there was nothing much they could do. I think it's simply pathetic that our batsmen could not cross 300 here.

Also, not trying to take any credit away from Tamim, but he should not be over the moon after scoring a century here.
As is the case with most New Zealand fields. Some of the fields sport a weird rectangular shape as well.
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Old December 21, 2007, 02:07 PM
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There is more picture can be seen in the link below. I will not post them due to copyright issue but you never know some one may be interested to buy those pic

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Old December 22, 2007, 04:45 AM
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BCB media release for the charity Twenty20 match.

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Date: 22 December 2007

Media Release

Tigers gear up for Twenty20 match to support the World Vision Bangladesh Cyclone Relief Fund

The Bangladesh Cricket Team is all set to appear in Sunday's charity Twenty20 fixture against the New Zealand Cricket XI at Seddon Park, Hamilton. On the eve of the match the Tigers captain Mohammad Ashraful has called upon expatriate Bangladeshis in New Zealand to come forward and stand by those affected by cyclonic storm Sidr.

In a message Ashraful said: "You are all aware that Cyclonic Storm Sidr caused large-scale devastation in our beloved homeland in mid-November. Nearly 4000 people lost their lives and hundreds went missing. Sidr destroyed properties, crops, infrastructure and livestock and left millions reeling from its aftermath.

"To recover from this massive natural calamity the affected need help. Around the world expatriate Bangladeshis have come forward and governments and international bodies have also launched extensive aid operations in conjunction with the Bangladesh Government.

"Our friends in New Zealand Cricket have joined forces in this humanitarian endeavor and have arranged fundraising matches at Seddon Park on Sunday, December 23. This is cricket's way of showing that we care and the Bangladesh Cricket Team is highly appreciative of the initiative of our hosts.

"The Bangladesh Team respects and values your support and passion. We are thrilled to be touring New Zealand and excited by the prospect of playing infront of you. Proceeds from the Twenty20 matches between Bangladesh and New Zealand Cricket XI and New Zealand Under 19 and New Zealand CPA Masters will go to the Bangladesh Cyclone Relief Fund and this is your chance to be by the side of your countrymen."

The Bangladesh team members (players and team management) have already contributed a substantial amount of their tour fees in aid of cyclone Sidr victims. Each member has also bought a ticket for the fundraising matches as a token of their support.

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Bangladesh (From): Mohammad Ashraful (Captain), Zunaed Siddique, Tamim Iqbal, Aftab Ahmed, Shakib Al Hasan, Mehrab Hossain Jr., Mushfiqur Rahim (Wicketkeeper), Farhad Reza, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, Abdur Razzak, Nazmul Hossain, Shahadat Hossain, Javed Omer, Sajidul Islam.

New Zealand Cricket XI (Revised): Stephen Fleming (captain), James Marshall, Jamie How, Peter Fulton, Ross Taylor, Scott Styris, Gareth Hopkins, Jeetan Patel, Tim Southee, Michael Mason, Iain O'Brien.

Match Schedule (Sunday, 23 December 2007):

New Zealand CPA Masters v New Zealand Under 19 (Match starts: 2:45pm New Zealand Standard Time; 7:45am Bangladesh Standard Time)

Bangladesh v New Zealand Cricket XI (Match starts: 6:45pm New Zealand Standard Time; 11:45am Bangladesh Standard Time)
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Old December 22, 2007, 06:16 PM
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woah! kool pics, thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for sharing the pics mate. totally awesome
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Miraz bhai, this is really great. I would like to request you to do something about the live broadcasting. I think we deserve to know who will officially broadcast Bangladesh's game. Today, i spent about three hour looking for sources where i can watch it. I called and email dishnetwork and directv but got no answer. I believe most us in U.S. and UK have this problem every time BD has a new series. We also see new threads open up with no solid answer. BCB has all the accurate information so we should get a official announcement from BCB regarding live broadcasting in UK and US. Please do something about it because i still don't know where i will be able to watch the bd vs nz series. Thanks..

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Old December 23, 2007, 06:33 AM
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From ICC..



ICC MEDIA RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dubai, 23 December 2007
ICC donates US$250,000 to Bangladesh Relief Fund following devastating Cyclone Sidr
The International Cricket Council today donated US$250,000 to the Bangladesh Relief Fund to help alleviate the suffering caused by a cyclone that hit the country last month.

On 11 November Cyclone Sidr formed in the Bay of Bengal and over the following four or five days tore across Bangladesh leaving behind a trail of devastation. More than 3,500 people were killed and many thousands more were left homeless by the cyclone.

On behalf of the ICC Board, Chief Executive Malcolm Speed presented a cheque for US$250,000 to Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful before the start of the charity Twenty20 match between a Bangladesh XI and a New Zealand XI at Hamilton. All proceeds from Sunday's match are going to help the victims of the cyclone.

Ashraful accepted the cheque from Mr Speed on behalf of the Bangladesh Relief Fund.

"The devastation caused in Bangladesh by Cyclone Sidr last month shocked us all," said Mr Speed.

"More than a month on and a huge challenge still faces those tasked with assisting in the rebuilding process. When one of our members is so badly affected in this way, and when we see the great work done by the various relief organisations, it puts what we do into perspective," he said.

"I am glad that the ICC has this opportunity to make a contribution to the relief effort and I applaud the generosity of the people here in New Zealand, who have made their own personal contributions to ease the suffering in Bangladesh."

The Twenty20 match is the highlight of a day of fundraising activity at Seddon Park, Hamilton for Cyclone Sidr relief efforts. The New Zealand XI includes many top cricketers including former Black Caps captain Stephen Fleming, current players Scott Styris, Peter Fulton and Ross Taylor, as well as potential stars of the future, such as Jesse Ryder and Tim Southee.


-ENDS-


For further information, please contact:

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Old December 23, 2007, 08:31 AM
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Excellent Photos from Rabeed Imam..

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1. ICC Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed handing over a cheque of US$250,000 to Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful (L) and team manager Ahmed Sajjadul Alam (C) for the Bangladesh Cyclone Relief Fund at before the start of the Twenty20 match at Seddon Park.

2. The teams line up to pose with ICC Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed.

3. The captains Mohammad Ashraful and Stephen Fleming at the toss.

4 & 5. Bangladesh fast bowler Shahadat Hossain Rajib who took 3/15.

6 - 8. Bangladeshi fans at Seddon Park.

9. An sms initiative to help the Sidr victims.

10. The Bangladesh players entering the ground with the tickets they had bought for the match.

11. Farhad Reza returns after scoring a 17-ball 31.

12. Mohammad Ashraful meets Bangladeshi fans after the win over the New Zealand Cricket XI.
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Old December 23, 2007, 09:24 AM
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Old December 23, 2007, 09:41 AM
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Thanks for the pictures, but it would be excellent if anyone could download the highlights of the match.
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Old December 23, 2007, 09:43 AM
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WOW!! thank you very much for the pictures!

Mushi looks too great in the Eid picture
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Miraz bhai amar thannks er stock shes hoye gache.
Akon theke shudu hashi dibo......
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Old December 23, 2007, 10:42 AM
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Wow! thanks both Miraz and RI.
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Old December 23, 2007, 11:40 AM
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Thanks for the pictures, hopefully, we will be able to see a few more.
I am so glad that Ash as the captain met the fans. Without a doubt, I think that he is the most popular BD cricketer.
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